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Return of the Obra Dinn drifts into port later this year

Lucas Pope, best known for his amazingly gloomy bureaucracy simulator Papers, Please, has finally announced a release date for his next project - Return of the Obra Dinn. Well, maybe...

A giant skeleton and a little girl work together in Carly and the Reaperman

Carly and the Reaperman aspires to be more than your average VR game. It is a two-player game in which one player uses a standard controller to play as...

Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones is a horror RPG that fully commits to the works of Lovecraft

One of the best things about gaming conventions is the games you discover there. You wander around the halls and booths and stumble upon hidden gems and exciting titles. One...

Decay of Logos blends the difficulty of Dark Souls with the charm of Zelda

Decay of Logos is a hidden gem of an indie game that feels like a cross between Dark Souls and Legend of Zelda - and it looks the part. What's...

Thronebreaker, the single-player expansion of Gwent will be released in October

Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales, or Gwent: Thronebreaker as it was once called, has a final release date. The standalone, single-player expansion of the card game Gwent, will be released on...
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Life is Strange 2 – Launch Trailer

The first episode of Life is Strange 2 is only a few days away, so naturally, it's time for an emotional launch trailer. The video...
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Resident Evil 2 – Story Trailer

Check out the new Resident Evil 2 Remake trailer to learn more about the game's story. Although you probably already know it since you...

Devil May Cry 5 – TGS 2018 Trailer

Devil May Cry 5 Tokyo Game Show 2018 trailer shows plenty of action-packed gameplay, and also reveals a third playable character named V. Devil May Cry 5...

The original Valkyria Chronicles invades Nintendo Switch

Valkyria Chronicles, the first game in the tactical RPG series, is getting a Switch version. Switch players can purchase a digital copy of Valkyria for $20,...

Lego DC Super-Villains lets you make your own outlandish baddie

I love the Tt Games Lego series since I've played the original Lego Star Wars, and as a geek, I always enjoy exploring the...

The Hong Kong Massacre is a hard-boiled twin-stick shooter straight from the ’90s

It's the year 1992, and the Triad is raising havoc in the streets of Hong Kong. You take the role of a former police officer...

We Happy Few review: And then there were fewer

We Happy Few delivers a nice story with a creepy atmosphere, but the slow survival gameplay doesn't grab your attention long enough to make it...

This Is the Police 2 review: Bad cop, dull cop

This Is the Police 2's compelling story and intriguing concept aren't enough to keep your interest when the weak combat and dull resource management...

Dead Cells review: Death is only the beginning

Dead Cells features a great sense of progress and responsive combat. Better soundtrack and enemy design would have made it even greater. If at first you...

Flipping Death review: The puzzles are to die for

Flipping Death is funny with a lot of clever puzzles to solve in entertaining ways. The annoying controls almost kill it, but creativity wins...

Mothergunship review: We’re going to build a bigger gun

Blasting evil robots with huge guns is extremely fun in Mothergunship, but the game holds back when it's time to craft your own weapons. I...

Garage: Bad Trip review: Zombies, drugs and heads will roll

Undead, pixelated gore and intense action make Garage: Bad Trip a solid shooter for horror fans. And no, it's not "Hotline Miami with zombies." Garage: Bad Trip...